Harcourt Arboretum

Patrimoine culturel,


In the heart of Normandy, an 11-hectare park is open to visitors. 2,000 trees and 500 different species compose the Harcourt arboretum. The oldest ones are more than 200 years old. Founded in 1826, it is considered as the oldest arboretum in France. You can admire remarkable trees such as the twisted beech, the bald cypress, the European smoketree, etc., or simply stroll down the shaded paths. The Domaine d'Harcourt organizes many events, activities and themed guided tours.

Ratings and quality marks

  • 73
  • Jardin remarquable
  • Qualité Tourisme



  • Picnic area
  • Toilets


  • Shop
  • Animals welcome
  • Groups welcome